Silence Screamed Your Name

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Earlier today, I woke up searching for a good morning message from my Baby.  When I found none, I wrote her a few separate messages.  Hours passed with no reply. This little thing was born during those moments of worry.

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Silence Screamed Your Name

,

Today I awoke

when silence screamed your name.

Now, I lay here in fear

of never having you,

and distraught that

tomorrow

silence may

do the same.

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Please, don’t do that to me again Baby.

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Photo of beautiful young lady from Google Images.

161 thoughts on “Silence Screamed Your Name

  1. I hate that feeling, it’s like you’re standing, blind, and the floor just dropped out from under you …. no sound to be heard. Eerie.
    Obviously this one brought some images to my mind! LoL

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        1. It’s a curse. I imagined she was kidnapped by wild gypsy gang. Also thought she may have run off to join the circus. Those were the good thoughts. Lol. Everything is fine now. She is stressed and over worked. Thanks for your kind words of support.

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    1. You are probably right. Having experienced an abuse childhood, then losing both of my parents years ago, I have become a worrier. I always worry when Nandita is out. I shouldn’t do that because bad vibes never bring anything good. But I do it anyway. Thank you for stopping by to share your thoughts, It is greatly appreciated.

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  2. What you and Nandita are trying to do – are doing – maintaining a relationship thousands of miles apart is so very difficult. Every moment that is a separation of time and place, a perfectly natural reaction to being so physically far from each other, feels like a mystery, a betrayal, a flight. It’s hard but you can do this until you are finally in each other’s presence.

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    1. Thank you for your thoughtful words. They are appreciated. It is difficult to maintain this long distance romance. There are plenty of days we cry together in video chat. Patience is not one of my strengths. She is much better at that. Along with the distance is the problem of time zones. My day is her night. So hours of the day are lost in one of us sleeping. So “missing you” is a big part of this romance.
      We keep doing the things we need to do in search of our happily ever after. We hope that someday soon, we will find peace in one another’s arms. Thank you Sharon, These talks are treasured.

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  3. Oh … that’s so sweet. I feel like patting you on the back in comfort. Dude I am pretty she is never going to leave you. She loves you deeply, intensely, and sincerely. You are both lucky because you don’t have fake love for each other. It is real love.

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    1. Oh, it is not fear of one of us leaving the other. We both worry because we are not “there” to take care of the other. I worry something may happen to her; like an accident for example (God forbid). It is that type of worry that I refer to.
      And you are right, this is a real love. We do so many things together. From opposite sides of the world we eat, shower, cry, and even shop together.
      Thank you for your words of support Maureen. They are so greatly appreciated.

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    1. Oh, it was nothing like that. We are both very secure in our relationship. There are no worries about losing our partner. But we both worry about something (like an accident) happening. Nandita has a very important position in the government, which means there are so many demands on her time. I shouldn’t have worried so quickly like that. She always gets back to me. Thank you for your words. They are very appreciated.

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      1. Oh! I didn’t mean anything like that. Nothing to do with being insecure in a relationship. I myself meant worries which inevitably popup when our loved ones don’t receive our calls or respond to messages when they are away. Simple stuff . Anyways have fun you two😊💝

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        1. Oh, I didn’ t take it that way. Sorry, if you thought I did. I answered that say because I know my followers like to read all comments, so I wanted to make sure it was clear to them.
          Yeah, I am a worrier. And since I can’t be there to take care of her, I worry.
          Thanks for your wonderful words and support. Nandita and I treasure your visits.

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    1. Dare to go there again. Nothing is better than love. Romance by snail was a challenge. Now, with video chat and text, lovers on opposite sides of the world can feel close by. Thank you for your visit and words. They are appreciated.

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    1. Oh, she is very real. So is our love. This is the first time it ever happened. I need to take a really big chill pill. Nandita has an important position in the government, and her time is precious. The demands of her job often overlap into her rest time as happened yesterday. I should have thought of that before I went into my premature worry mode. Thank you for the visit and the words.

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    2. Well this has already been responded to by my wonderful Andrew but let me reassure you, i never “ignore” love. We both thank you for your concerned visit.

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  4. Soooo…I thought I was the only person who jumped to the worst possible conclusion when my hearts-outside-my-body are unexpectedly silent. This happened the other day when my best friend didn’t write after a week of silence. Turns out she was doing something really cool out of range of internet and with spotty cell phone coverage (building a dream house in the mountains with her husband). But it’s cool. “Anxiety is the handmaiden of creativity,” right? So — way to channel it! =) ♥.

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    1. Love this comment Niki. No, I am a worrier. And since I can’t be “there” to protect and take care of her, I WORRY. I should have realized her demanding job was keeping her so occupied. She got back to me the first chance she got.

      As for your friend, that sounds really cool. Nandita and I have dreamed of living somewhere distant from big cities. She likes the idea of a ranch somewhere. It will take some adjusting on my part (being the city boy that I am), but for her I would go anywhere.

      Thank you for your wonderful words Niki. They are always treasured here and over in those tangled weeds.

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      1. Thank you for your wonderful response, Andrew. I hope you guys get that dream home. I hope it’s soon. I have a manta for worry that helps. It gets pretty big sometimes: “Breathe in hope. Breathe out fear.” Actually I have decks of mantras. =) *hugs* to you both. {{{N+A}}} ♥.

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    1. When she finally got back to me, my heart synchronized with hers again, and all in OUR world was good again, I worry too much. The demands of her job have increased recently, and sometimes she doesn’t even have time to think for herself. Thank you.

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  5. Dear Mr. Lonely Author,
    Were you worried she had an accident, or was ill, or something else physical?
    It could not have been for lack of affection, for that is all I have seen here. It seems a beautiful affair to me.

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    1. Totally worried that something physical had happened to her. Lack of affection or attention never happens with her. So no.
      I was worried she had an accident. It is a beautiful romance. And I appreciate everything about her. Thanks for your kind words.

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    1. That is a gorgeous compliment,. Thank you. Yeah, I try to write in moments of emotion, even the worrying or bad ones, Thank you for your wonderful words, Lidia. It is Lidia right? We have never introduced ourselves. Call me Drew, and I guess by now you know my better half N. (Nandita).

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      1. Drew, thank you for introducing yourself. Yes, I’m Lidia. You and Nandita have a magical energy web. Many have been caught, entranced in your waves of romance. Always, always enjoy catching up with the both of your poetry. Blessings.

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  6. How do you bring so much emotion with such few words. It may feel like a curse, but its a gift. I know it, so do you and pretty soon the world will see your treasure. I’m sure the ladies thoughts run wild like yours

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  7. Forgive me when I say this Andrew, but there was a hint of a smile on my face when I read this poem alongside the obvious pang of sad nostalgia. Sadness, because it is indeed such a familiar feeling, in my case too. Smile, because there is so much of treasure on your blog I still get to discover and cherish! 🙂 🙂

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